The 2021 Rucksack Club Charity Calendar is raising funds for Urban Uprising https://www.urbanuprising.org/about who support young people from diverse, disadvantaged backgrounds to discover climbing and use it to help improve their physical, social and emotional wellbeing. In their words: Elevating and Inspiring Young People Through Climbing.
You can get your copy for just £10 plus p&p with ALL PROCEEDS (Yes, that’s EVERY PENNY OF YOUR TENNER) going to the charity at
The Calendar features more than fifty Rucksack Club members (either in front of or behind the lens) in one of The Club’s many diverse outdoor activities. It’s a great reminder of the vitality of The Club that most of the photos were taken in the last year, and we’ve managed to “Get Out There!” despite the circumstances. https://rucksackclub.org/
Want to support this great cause, but don’t need a calendar – Please donate via https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/dominic-oughton to help young people from disadvantaged background discover the joy and life-enhancing impact of climbing that we are all privileged to enjoy.
Thanks for your support!
Bought one. Looking forward to it.
Brilliant! Thanks for the support That's another young person on the way to discovering the magic of climbing!
Great pics. On my Xmas list
Looks like some really amazing photos and a cool social cause!
This looks amazing! What a great cause.
Got mine through last week - very quickly delivery. Nice photos, a proper British calendar for a good cause
Brilliant - thanks for the kind feedback!
Urban Uprising is doing great work. Very happy to support the team.
Thanks Phil - much appreciated!
Scottish climber, inventor and mountain safety pioneer Hamish MacInnes has died aged 90 at his Highland home in Glencoe.